Ondrej Brody & Kristofer Paetau: “It is not my fault” solo exhibition in Prague from 20 June until 15 september 2012 at dvorac sec contemporary


lie as strong opinion at the time of illusion and truth sucks

lie is honest and productive tool with unpredictable potency which offers opportunities at a time sucks truths and true feminine beauty are examples of absolutely embarrassing remnants falšující and language options and ways which we are enslaved by that values ​​have to construct and put into perspective a dynamic and living world cynically and vice versa dumb as rocks which lies insidiously work completely opposite from the face do not work at all as a result lead to unpredictable unstructured evil empire and allow evil to accept and give him stupid smell of inevitability and meditating mind is petrified untenable givens and truths even though i’m loathe to admit i have an absolute role women when dry and deadly reunion with the possibility of reviving dull malice of women and wet stretch pussy vaginas, etc. from which is born in his lying and manipulative instinct brilliant and continuous presentation of live versus dry and aesthetically acceptable if the position of apocalyptic blunt truth is the evil empire full of truth and beauty pussy scared I am happy to lie, and you pussy shits stone of truth and beauty splashed and fry in hell looks like an evil world love brown mustiness disappears in a healthy brain will meet only with the same Start the self-destruct, but one that also gives a few moments when you feel that dude that you’re stoned dwarf

Vladimir Skrepl

(Original presentation text written in czech language by Vladimir Skrepl and translated into english language by google translator)

Views from the exhibition:

 

“Filip”, 2012, acrylic impressions of a 6 year old boy on mdf, 100 cm x 1680 cm + “Fist”, 2012, plaster, 91 cm x 149 cm x 18 cm.

“Winter Portraits”, 2004, triptych, color photography framed, each 59,5 cm x 77 cm + “Fist”, 2012, plaster, 91 cm x 149 cm x 18 cm + “Filip”, 2012, acrylic impressions of a 6 year old boy on mdf, 100 cm x 1680 cm.

“Winter Portraits”, 2004, triptych, color photography framed, each 59,5 cm x 77 cm.

“A Live Garden Gnome in Bad Ems”, 2010, mixed media (color print on cut out plexiglas), various sizes: 131 cm high, 72 cm high and 31 cm high) + “Double (Gay) Self-Portrait as Hitler”, diptych, color photography framed, each 82 cm x 100 cm.

“Lustracromos”, 2007, mixed media (shoe shining equipment and polished leather canvases), variable size + “Wang Bin Torture in Commercial Quality, High Quality, and Museum Quality”, 2010, triptych, oil on canvas, framed, each 181,5 cm x 127 cm + “Umbrella”, 2008, mixed media, 112 cm high, 103 cm diameter.

“Lustracromos”, 2007, mixed media (shoe shining equipment and polished leather canvases), variable size.

“Lustracromos”, 2007, mixed media (shoe shining equipment and polished leather canvases), variable size.

“Umbrella”, 2008, mixed media, 112 cm high, 103 cm diameter + detail view.

“Wang Bin Torture in Commercial Quality, High Quality, and Museum Quality”, 2010, triptych, oil on canvas, framed, each 181,5 cm x 127 cm.

“Eyes”, 2012, mixed media, 15 cm x 20 cm x 2 cm + “Fuck Faces (Mother, Father, Son and Daughter)”, 2010, mixed media (4 skin reliefs), two sizes: (Mother and Father) 61,5 cm x 50 cm x 53 cm and (Son and Daughter) 48 cm x 38,5 x 48 cm.

“Fuck Faces (Mother, Father, Son and Daughter)”, 2010, mixed media (4 skin reliefs), two sizes: (Mother and Father) 61,5 cm x 50 cm x 53 cm and (Son and Daughter) 48 cm x 38,5 x 48 cm.

“Eyes”, 2012, mixed media, 15 cm x 20 cm x 2 cm.

“Fuck Faces (Mother, Father, Son and Daughter)”, 2010, mixed media (4 skin reliefs), two sizes: (Mother and Father) 61,5 cm x 50 cm x 53 cm and (Son and Daughter) 48 cm x 38,5 x 48 cm + “Lustracromos”, 2007, mixed media (shoe shining equipment and polished leather canvases), variable size + “Wang Bin Torture in Commercial Quality, High Quality, and Museum Quality”, 2010, triptych, oil on canvas, framed, each 181,5 cm x 127 cm.

 

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